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National Healthcare Disparities Report, 2004

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Figure 2.2

Adults with diabetes who had all five recommended diabetic services in the past year, by race, ethnicity, and income, 2000-2001.

Bar chart. White, in 2000, 31.4 percent, in 2001, 34 percent, black, in 2000, 25.9 percent, in 2001, 23.2 percent, nonhispanic white, in 2000, 32.7 percent, in 2001, 35.4 percent, hispanic, in 2000, 24 percent, in 2001, 23.6 percent, poor, in 2000, 21.4 percent, in 2001, 25.3 percent, near poor, in 2000, 30.9 percent, in 2001, 35.9 percent, middle income, in 2000, 31.2 percent, in 2001, 30.9 percent, high income, in 2000, 33 percent, in 2001, 33.2 percent.

Source: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 2000 to 2001. Reference population: Civilian, noninstitutionalized population with diabetes age 18 and older.

Note: Recommended diabetic services are 1) hemoglobin A 1 c in past year, 2) lipid profile in past 2 years, 3) retinal eye examination in past year, 4) foot examination in past year, and 5) influenza immunization in past year. Respondents with missing values are excluded from the measure. For findings related to all diabetes measures (including each diabetic service), see Tables 2.2a and 2.2b. Available data do not support analyses stratified by S E S.

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